The Douro region has various attractions for its visitors.
We've listed some of the main attractions, which offer an unforgettable experience for all wine and nature lovers.

Visit the city of Peso da Régua


Peso da Régua city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located on the edges of the Douro River.
The city's history dates back to Roman times, but it was only in the 18th century that it became famous as an important centre for the production of Port wine and for river transport, with the typical rabelo boats carrying barrels of wine down the Douro River.
When you visit the picturesque town, you can't miss the Douro Museum, the village of Alto da Fonte do Milho and its Roman ruins, the Casa do Douro and the incredible views from the “São Leonardo da Galafura” viewpoint.

Travel on the Historical Train


Travelling on the Douro Historical Train is an unforgettable experience for anyone visiting the Douro region.
The locomotive, built in 1925, allows visitors to travel back in time while enjoying the breathtaking landscapes of the Douro Valley.

Take a Boat Trip on the Douro River


Everyone appreciates the beauty of the Douro River and the surrounding valleys.
Taking a boat trip along the Douro River is an opportunity to see the vibrant colours of the terraced vineyards and relax in the peace and quiet that is offered by nature.

Drive along the N222 road


The N222 road, located between the city of Peso da Régua and the town of Pinhão, was considered in 2015 as the best driving road in the world.
The road that crosses the Douro river valley not only offers the best driving experience in the world, but also the most memorable landscapes.

Visit the Côa Valley Archaeological Park


The Côa Valley Archaeological Park is considered the largest open-air museum of Palaeolithic art.
The archaeological park, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is famous for its incredible collection of prehistoric art on the edges of the Côa River.

Visit the Douro "Quintas"


Douro, the oldest demarcated region in the world, is famous for its wines, landscapes and, above all, for the Quintas, which offer a unique experience for lovers of wines and its culture.